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Delay-dependent stabilization of linear systems with time-varying state and input delays. (English) Zbl 1093.93024

Summary: The integral-inequality method is a new way of tackling the delay-dependent stabilization problem for a linear system with time-varying state and input delays:

x ˙(t)=Ax(t)+A 1 x(t-h 1 (t))+B 1 u(t)+B 2 u(t-h 2 (t))·

In this paper, a new integral inequality for quadratic terms is first established. Then, it is used to obtain a new state- and input-delay-dependent criterion that ensures the stability of the closed-loop system with a memoryless state feedback controller. Finally, some numerical examples are presented to demonstrate that control systems designed based on the criterion are effective, even though neither (A,B 1 ) nor (A+A 1 ,B 1 ) is stabilizable.

93D15Stabilization of systems by feedback
93C23Systems governed by functional-differential equations